FA Cup Final: Manchester City Aiming to Complete the Double

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FA Cup Final: Manchester City Aiming to Complete the Double

There will be a sense of déjà vu on Saturday as Manchester City and Manchester United go head-to-head in the final of the FA Cup. 
The two sides met in last season’s final at Wembley Stadium, where City triumphed 2-1 on their way to completing a historic treble.  
The Red Devils will be eager for revenge this time around, especially with City aiming to follow up their recent Premier League success by winning another major trophy. 
Read on as we take a closer look at 2023/24 FA Cup final and pick out three betting angles we believe are worth considering. 


  • Goals on the cards again.
  • Fernandes could get on the scoresheet.
  • Bet Builder can pay dividends.

City Expected to Triumph at Wembley

Man City are long odds on to win the final inside 90 minutes, which means punters need to be creative to find value on the best football betting sites
Pep Guardiola’s side have won six of their last seven meetings with United in all competitions, while both teams have scored in five of those encounters. 
With that in mind, odds of around 8/5 for City to defeat United and both teams to score should give sports bettors a good run for their money this weekend. 

Fernandes the Leading Man for United

If Man United are to have any chance of lifting the FA Cup on Saturday, their top players will need to be at their very best. 
Bruno Fernandes has been a standout performer for the Red Devils this season, netting 15 goals and 12 assists in 47 appearances in all competitions. 
On that basis, the Portuguese playmaker is a tempting proposition at odds of 6/1 on several betting apps to get on the scoresheet at Wembley. 

Enticing Bet Builder Worth Chancing

Rhino Bet have some enticing Build-a-Bet wagers available on the FA Cup Final which are well worth a look for any value-seeking punters. 
Odds of 12/5 for over 2.5 goals, over 10.5 corners and over 3.5 cards look tempting, particularly given the statistics from their most recent Premier League meeting.  
There were three goals, 19 corners and five yellow cards on that occasion and we fancy there will be a similar outcome in the FA Cup final.

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